Yes but we never actively see him kill off the people in santa cabeza and it was dr barnaby who caused it in th first place, Brock’s an asshole but he doesn’t do anything to push him further than the others especially onscreen
Greetings, Mediawatcher, I have a Question if you can help me, you can explain me why Superboy-Prime is a Complete Monster?, it is Because this character always made me a headache, some say he is tragic and other say he is indeed a monster without remorse or compassion, if you can give me answer please, thank you, good day :)
While it is stated that he has some qualities that could rid him of monster status, the sheer atrocities he commits are done for very petty reasons, he actively kills people and other dimension superman just for being inferior to him, and has destroyed countless dimensions for weak reasons, while there is signs that he might not be all that bad, he immediatly ignores it and continues his violent rampage, a character I can think of that is similar to that is the Plutonian from irredeemable, has a Freudrian excuse and maybe a few sympathetic moments, but overall not even to really disqualify them.
Think of it like this, he might some mitigating factors but they are almost completly ignored by the character to the point that they become irrelevant.
Not sure why you removed the category "Complete Monster" on this one... the guy is a serial child murderer and pedophile rapist as well as the killer of over forty innocent randomly selected adults. He tortures the main protagonist extremely brutally, and goes out of his way to ruin his life and the life of the police chief's daughter (who he didn't even know), and he murdered his entire family (including his own child) out of boredom, all while never feeling a single shred of guilt for any of his actions.
As a big Steven Universe fan would you say Onion should be here? I was thinking about making a page for Onion since he is portrayed as a destructive delinquet (beyond a mere jerk) with a distinct Lack of Empathy. He regularly steals things, he hacks arcade games, he deliberately crashed a motor cycle setting part of Beach City on fire, he trashed Beach City, he attacked and almost killed Greg and the Crystal Gems by throwing trucks at them, tried to burn down a roller coaster, and so on. So I would say he's more of a danger to the setting than Lars or Ronaldo.
Oh insufficiently heinous or some crap. They say he wasn't heinous enough which I do NOT agree with. Throughout the film his actions are played seriously and his humor is dark. They argue how he didn't kill Jack Jack, despite the fact that raising him to be his sidekick would have hurt the Parrs more, and it doesn't matter given he tried to kill Dadh and Violet at one point, showing he doesn't care either way about children. Also they've argued about his offscreen villainy, which, again, I dsiagree with. There are computer reports of all his victims and it's taken quite darkly. Also let's not forget the skeleton Mr. Increible found of one of his super hero friends. And the reason he didn't kill the babysitter was to simply get the job done quickly. Syndrome is NOT the standrard villain they made him out to be imo. He kills heroes for his own ego (who btw only want to live their dreams again), tortures the protagonist, and forces him to listen to his family supposedly getting killed and taunts him about it afterwards. At least I managed to convince he didn't have a very sympathetic backstory, but even then they still felt he wasn't heinous enough.